photo_2021-07-30_11-59-30 photo_2021-07-30_11-59-31 photo_2021-07-30_11-59-32 photo_2021-07-30_11-59-34 photo_2021-07-30_11-59-35 New ArtFabulous sculptures by Robin Wight Incredibly graceful and dynamic sculptures are made of numerous coils of wire – but it seems that female figures are almost weightless, and are about to rush after the dandelion fluff. The British sculptor puts a dramatic sense into his creations – fragile fairies struggle with the strong wind, grasping ephemeral flowers with last effort. The work begins with creation of a framework of stainless steel, around which a wire is wrapped to form “skeleton”. The next layer is buildup of the “muscles,” and final coils of wire create fairies’ “skin.” Perhaps it is this sequence that makes sculptures look vivid and realistic. Hidden inside each figure is a heart with a message from artist engraved on it. The sculptures seem to interact with their environment, looking different in different weather. On sunny days wire takes on an amber hue, in rain it shimmers with bright sparks of droplets, and in windy weather sculptures begin to shiver as if alive.